Gavin is a highly respected fertility specialist and obstetrician, investigating and managing all aspects of male and female infertility. He is internationally renowned for leading research on the role of the immune system (Natural Killer Cells) in recurrent implantation failure and miscarriage in IVF. He has developed innovative treatments for immune disorders related to infertility and recurrent miscarriage and is frequently sought out for second opinion.

Gavin studied medicine at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford in the UK. He was awarded a PhD in reproductive immunology from the University of Oxford and completed his training in reproductive medicine in Sydney and London (obtaining the UK equivalent of CREI) before settling permanently in Sydney in 2005. He is Co-Director of the IVF Australia Miscarriage Program, Staff Specialist at St George Hospital and a Conjoint Associate Professor at UNSW.

He teaches and examines for the Bachelor of Medicine and Master of Reproductive Medicine degrees, lectures regularly at national and international meetings and has established the Miscarriage Clinic at the Royal Hospital for Women. Currently continuing his research into the role of Natural Killer Cells and immune therapy, Gavin has initiated a large study into the use of acupuncture in IVF and miscarriage. Gavin has published over 30 research papers and book chapters.

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